Jane, Thanks for the reply. All of this is concerting for sure and has me a little unnerved to say the least because it just popped up out of nowhere. I will make an appt with my GYN and have my hormone levels checked. As for a period yes I still have them (ugh) and most of the time they are lite, and have decreased about 3-4 days at best. I am on beta blockers to help slow my heart rate as prescribed by my doctor. It seems to help for the most part but I do have periods where my heart will still beat uncontrollably and not lasting very long.. Just looking for answers. I have a stress test on Thursday to rule out any heart issues as I do have a family history with grandparents and my parents and my doctor says its more preventative than anything. Im healthy so he wasnt super concerned.. Will keep you updated.. Thank you!View Thread
Im 45 almost 46 and rapid heart rate just started, I have been to the doctor numerous times because I couldnt take it anymore so he put me on betablockers to slow the rate, good or bad I dont know, they seem to work most of the time, I have had hot flashes and night sweats for years but never had my hormone levels tested...is this something I should consider? I think what worries me the most is the rapid heart rate, it will come out of no where and then a feeling of anxiety, its driving me crazy and I just want some advice...ThanksView Thread
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